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LYNXITE 1968 

Lincoln College 



CONTENTS 

Introduction page 4 

Activities page 14 

Faculty page 40 
Campus 

Profile page 56 

Clubs page 60 

Athletics page 74 

Students page 92 



Yearbook photographs by: Dehnar, Hardin, Mar- 
tinie. Lindstrom, Curtis, Perkins, Bailey. Block, 
Banner, Courier. 



Lincoln College 1 968 was 
Progress, from a record 

enrollment to the new Scully 
natatorium - from campus 

construction to increased 
use of present facilities . . . 

LC continued to grow with 
the new year, and reflected 
the troubled college com- 
munity across the nation . . . 
Faculty and students responded 
to the challenge for new di- 
rections and new ideas . . . 
new faces and new thoughts . 

But Lincoln held onto what 
others are crying out for: 

Not numbers, but individuals; 
Not computer cards, but 

human beings - 

And that is what college 
is all about . . . 




Fall Semester Was New Friends, 
New Cooking, New Courses, 
And No Parking 



School opened in September with a bang. Freshmen blossomed out in purple 
beanies, the soccer team took the field, our tennis court dance played on despite 
miserable weather, and classes began. 

IM football held the scene, and the cross country team took to the byroads. 
Among the many fine bands appearing on campus were "The Seeds of Love", 
the YR's psychedelic light show, and the "Mason City Mixers," easily the top 
hit. 

Homecoming was a great success, both for Lincoln and the local motels. The 
Serendipity Singers shared the spotlight with the varsity soccer tournament and 
the Homecoming Dance, featuring king and queen Dan Waterbury and Mary 
Cover. 

Six weeks' grades threw a few scares, but hearts were light as Cu-cle K held 
their sweetheart dance, then all the parents showed up for their weekend of 






LC '68 
Was History 




Lincoln College shared in the history of the state 
in 1968, the sesquicentennial year for Illinois 
and the 103rd birthday of the college. 

Senator Charles Percy visited the college when 
he appeared at the Logan County Historical Society 's 

dinner; Governor Otto Kerner was an honored guest 
at the college 's convocation. 

Named in honor of Abraham Lincoln, the college is 
proud of its heritage and proud of its part in the 
education of the nation's youth. Participating in a 
great variety of sesquicentennial events, the college 
was a leader all year, a guidelight for the rest 
of the state to imitate. Paul Beaver, curator of 
the college's Lincoln room, guided the college-sponsored 
Historical Fair, and in many other ways led in honor- 
ing the state. 




Winter Was Firesides and Finals and Snowfall. 

Christmas and Camelot and Basketball 




Winter came a little early to LC this year, and there 
was plenty of snow for all The campus was a winter 
wonderland for everybody but the fellows with the 
shovels. 

Basketball, with a couple of All-state performers in 
Bob Patterson and Larry Ripka. held the spotlight, but 
everybody looked forward to the dances. 

Who will forget the bus ride to Robert Morris, the 
freshman council's Winter Olympics, or the ice skating 
party in Springfield. Ah. youth 

Russ Burgess and Craig Spence spoke to the 
students; the Gold Diggers Fling capped MERC Week, 
and then all too soon it was time for finals and 
farewell to some. 

We took our medicine, vowed to do better next 
time, and second semester was underway. A few new 
faces, a few missing old one-^ hut classes are in at the 
same old shop. 

Ward Quaal spoke at Convocation. I)r Ben Noble 
explained the computer age and the snow kept 
falling . . . 






FREEDOM 
NOW 



LC '68 

Was Activity 

Lincoln College was activity, 

from the Serendipity 
Singers to Mr. Pascale . . . 

from Maggie Peterson on 
the stage to Joel Cohn in 

the air . . . 

Name your pleasure, and we 

had it in '68. The choir 
sang, the orchestra 
played, the team struggled, 

the actors exhorted. 

We thought, we fought, we 
partook, we forsook, but at 
LCin '68 there was activity. 





















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And Then It Was Spring . . . 
Hear The Robin Sing . . . 

The Army Call . . . 
Farewell All, . . 

Too soon it came the end of a year. The sun came 
early, then changed its mind. We spent April on the 
field, and May m the basement of Olin-Sang (here 
comes the tornado). 

The History Fair came during Spring break, but 
remember "Guns of August," "A Taste of Honey," and 
"Biedermann and the Firebugs"? 

How about the off-campus basketball team or the 
freshmen sponsored variety show for Mother's Day? 

Uon't forget the baseball team's bat girls, Agnes 
Moorhead, or The Shags. And the newspaper finally 
figured out what's wrong with LC. 

Spring Formal was almost a psychedelic light show, 
and the ball field ended up looking like Gettysburg 
after the charge 

President Bob Meyer was the hit of the sophomore 
class picnic, and then all too soon - it was over. 

They graduated, they scattered, and University Hall 
straightened her dishevelled, storm-battered cupola, 
and got ready to face another fresh young crop of last 
chance lost youth 



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Second semester convocation (From Left): Trustees Fillmore Galaty and Ralph Newman, Ward Quaal, Illinois Governor Otto Kerner, 
Walter Schwimmer, President Dooley. 





The procession files in. 



Reverend Salansky receives the hood from Dean of Faculty 
Carpenter. 



Honorary Doctorates Awarded at Semester 

Convocations 



Trumpets and flags lead the way. 




Traditionally opening each new semester, Lincoln 
College, chartered Lincoln University in 1865, awards 
honorary doctoral degrees to outstanding men and 
women. 

In September, at opening convocation, Honorable 
Richard Spink Bowles, lieutenant governor of Mani- 
toba, Canada, was so honored along with Reverend 
Paul Salansky, First Presbyterian Church of Lincoln. 

In September honorary degrees were awarded to 
Ward L. Quaal, president of WGN Continental Broad- 
casting Company, and Walter Schwimmer, prominent 
businessman. 

On each occasion LC students were given stirring 
messages upon which to pattern their academic 
careers. The awards were well within the traditions 
of Lincoln College. 





Trustee Ralph Newman and President Dooley with Lieutenant 
Governor Bowles. 




heads for LC at Homecoming time. 

A large throng for the Serendips. 



Cheerleaders Holly Greenfield and Candy Dickens with the Hoyle Hall 
Homecoming decorations. 

Homecoming Was Gover 
And Waterbury, Serendips 

And Soccer, Alums and Beer 

Astonishment never seems to be an adequate word for the 
reaction of LC freshmen as they watch alums pour back to 
campus for Homecoming. 

This year, featuring the famed Serendipity Singers, a soccer 
tournament, the Homecoming Dance, and beer and schnitzel at 
the Mill, festivities matched any other year. 

Homecoming King and Queen Dan Waterbury and Mary Gover. 





Four Excellent Plays 
Produced by LC Players 

Under the able direction of N. Bradley Newlan, the 
Lincoln College Players presented four highly successful 
plays during its year's run. 

First came Moby Dick Rehearsed, by Orson Welles. 
Bill Curtis as Ahab portrayed the fiery captain who 
struggles to kill the white whale; Barb Shandhng was Pip 
the cabin boy, bound to Ahab. 

Second was A Taste of Honey, by Shelagh Delaney. 
The tightly knit cast of Linda Biddle, Bruce Block, Maury 
Froy, Laurel Schaeffer, and Mike Walton made this one 
of the best presentations of the year. 

Mrs. Concetta DiLillo handled the children's pro- 
duction of The Elves and The Shoemaker, played to over 
2,000 elementary children, while the year's finale was 
Biedermann and the Firebugs. 

Jim Young, Bill Curtis, and Barb Shandling in Moby Dick, Rehearsed. 




LINCOLN COLLEGE PLAYERS (In Part): SEATED (From Left): 
Jackie Broida, Beth Fine, Renee Redlich, Jill Purdy. STANDING: 
Blaise Arena, Dan Waterbury, Linda Biddle, Bill Curtis, Larry 
Cook. 




Austin Pickering, Quaker Oats Company plant manager, points out the qualifications of a business leader. 




Carol Brubaker, UAL stewardess supervisor, drew a few boys to her discussion group. 



Third Annual Business Day Again a Success 



Keynote speaker Thomas V. King 
challenged Lincoln College students to 
meet the demands of today and tomor- 
row as the third annual Business Day, 
sponsored by the Parents Association, 
again proved a great success. 

Mr. King, assistant general manager 
of the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, set 
the tone for a fact-filled day of meetings, 
discussions, and conferences. 

In addition to Mr. King, seven out- 
standing business leaders participated in 
the programs, holding group meetings 
througliout the day. 

Group leaders were Austin Pickering, 
Quaker Oats Company; Joann Boettner, 
Carson Pirie Scott; Carol Brubaker, 
United Air Lines; R. P. DeCamera, 
Ilhnois Central Railroad; Jeffrey C. 
Doane, Harris Trust and Savings; Thomas 
Bartel, Quaker Oats; and Charles W. 
Sumrall, Holiday Inn. 





Vice President Wilbur Layman with Mr. and Mrs. King in the 
Lincoln Room. 




Mr. R. P. DeCamara and Mi. King chat informally in the library. 



Student and businessman: an exchange of ideas. 



Did You Say Dances? So Many Dances You 



Richard Waterbury and Beth Fine, Winter Formal king and 
queen. 



Never Saw 




We had so many dances this year you wouldn't be- 
Heve it. Chairman Harry Seidman of Student Senate 
ran off a dance a week program, capped by the Spring 
and Winter Formals, all of which were great. 

Rich Waterbury and Beth Fine, both freshmen, 
were chosen king and queen of Camelot, the Winter 
Formal. Randy and the Ramblers, closely followed by 
the Mason City Mixers, were chosen outstanding band 
of the year. 

Young Republicans turned out a great psychedelic 
light show, later they voted Hubert Humphrey king of 
their "get out the vote" dance. 

The Shags, Neuberry Meadow, Seeds of Love, and 
others were all very popular weekend entertainment, 
while at year's end the Lincolnian, LC newspaper, 
sponsored an appearance of Titus Moody. 
All in all, it was a dancing year. 





MR. TERRII IC! 
My daddy is not a penguin. 



Gee, some day we'll be sophomores. 

Sophomore Picnic 
Featured Steaks and 
Softball, Lotta Laughs ^ 

Somehow picking out the only decent day in 
May, the sophomore class was treated to grilled 
steaks, a victory over the faculty in softball, and 
individual mementoes of their time at LC by 
President Dooley. 

The Softball game, going a lively ten innings, 
finished with the sophs on top to an 11—8 tune, 
but it was a real struggle all the way. 

Later the losers went to the grills and turned 
out some fine looking steaks for a crowd of near 
200 sophs and friends. 

It was a memorable finale to two years at 
Lincoln College as most headed elsewhere to 
complete their educations. 





All I said was vote for Nixon and he took my steak away. 




President Dooley greets Ferenc Nagy, Lyceum speaker and former premier of 
Hungary. 

Lyceum, Guest Speakers Bring 
Prominent Americans to Campus 

Beginning with Sydney Blackmer in the summer program, Lincoln 
College had a number of important visitors, either for the Lyceum pro- 
gram, or for different department speakers. 

In addition to those pictured here, there was the University of Illinois 
Symphony, Dr. Vincent Nyardi, Craig Spence, Russ Burgess, and Mr. 
Rupert Kilgore. Dr. Ben Noble, spoke to math students regarding the 
computer age. 




Famous movie and stage personality Agnes Moor- 
head spoke to a capacity audience. She charmed 
more than one young man. 




Award winners (From Left): FIRST ROW: Dean Bair, Renee Rcdlich, Diane Agnew, Sharel Perlman, Sally Zettel, Brenda Morris, 
Judith Funderburg, Lawrence Cook. SECOND ROW: John Cogswell, Steve Roach, Charles Alhson, David Sands, Mark Porteous, 
Bruce Block, Maurice Froy, Aileen Wade. THIRD ROW: Jack Armstrong, Larry Newman, Paul Ackerman, Robert Patterson, Carl 
Hampleman, Louis Firenze. 

Top Students Honored at Special Program 



Are you really a witch? 




Top students were awarded honors for their achievements at a 
student assembly in May. Dean Dennis Wilson presented the awards to 
the following: 



The Willy Daubner Award (Physical 
Science)- Charles AUison, Wheaton. 

The King V. Hostick Award (History) 
-Dennis Dean Bair, Elkhart. 

The Roy Clapper Business Award- 
John Cogswell, Lincoln. 

The Madrigale Maconaghie McKeever 
Award (Greatest benefit from Lincoln 
College)- Louis Firenze, Northvale, New 
Jersey. 

Alex Gordon Award(Business)-Louis 
Firenze, Northvale, New Jersey. 

Circle K Service Award-Louis Firen- 
ze, Northvale, New Jersey. 

Speech-Drama Award-Maurice Froy, 
Skokie. 

The Lorraine Maconaghie Morrow 
Award (Literature)-Carl Hampleman, 
Lincoln. 

The Adelia Niebuhr Stickel Award 
(English)- Brenda Morris, Bement. 

The Earl and Pearl McKeever Award 
(Science)- Larry Newman, Lincoln. 

The Alta Charles McKeever Prize 
(Art)-William M. Owens, Lincobi. 

The William B. McKinley Prize, Fresh- 
man (Scholarship & Character)- Share I 
Pearlman, Lincolnwood. 

The Dysart Logan Maconaghie Prize 
(Scholarship Improvement)- Neil Polo- 
nus, Springfield. 

The Lord Baden-Powell Award (Ex- 
emplification of highest ideals the 
Boy Scouts of America)-Conrad Raber, 
Evergreen Park. 

The Samuel B. Evans Prize, Graduate 
(Scholarship & Character)- Renee Red- 



hch, Milwaukee 

The Coral Vonnell Maconaghie Prize 
(Music)-Stephen Roach, Peoria. 

The William Lewis McKeever Award 
(Mathematics)- Daniel Sands, Spring- 
field. 

The Kiwanis Award (Greatest percent- 
age of basketball free tlirovvs during sea- 
son)-Carl Jenkins, Decatur. 

Best Actor Award- Bruce Block, 
Cincinnati. 

The Creative Arts Award- Bruce 
Block, Cincinnati. 

The Albert Fox P.E.O. Memorial 
Prize in English- Diane Agnew, Lincoln. 

The Daughters of Founders and Pa- 
triots of America (History)- Judith Fun- 
derburg, New Holland. 

The Daughters of the American 
Revolution Award (History)- Co-winners: 
Gladys Dutz, Lincoln, Paul Ackerman, 
Lincoln. 

Dow Jones Award (Economics)- 
John Cogswell, Lincoln. 

Mathematics Achievement Award, 
Freshman-Mark Porteous, Carmel, Ind. 

The American Legion Award for 
Citizenship-Jack Armstrong, Heyworth. 

Clarence T. Molen Award (Volunteer 
Service, Lincoln State School)-Sarah 
Zettel, Cincinnati. 

The Hodnett Award (Basketball 
player with highest scholastic achieve- 
ment)- Robert Patterson, Lincoln. 

The Intramural Award (Scholarship, 
Character, Intramural participation) 
Douglas Hammell, Summit, New Jersey. 



Our faculty never was much for keeping in step with each other. 



I 82 Graduate at Commencement Ceremonies 



Mr. Vance, president of the Parent's Council, presented 
President Dooley with a large check for equipment. 



4 




Led by valedictorian Renee Redlich and salutatorian Jack 
Armstrong, the class of 1968 graduated and left Lincoln 
College — most with hearts full of memories they will never 
forget. 

It was a strange graduation — first Armin Meyer, am- 
bassador to Iran and former LC student, was unable to at- 
tend and receive his honorary degree. Then, Cartha DeLoach, 
special assistant to the director of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, was called to London on business and could 
not give the main address of the day. 

But the Sunday morning of June 9 was hot and bril- 
liantly sunny, and it was with great hope and expectation 
the graduating class marched across the stage by Dean 
Wilson's announcement to shake President Dooley's hand 
and receive the diploma from Dean Carpenter. 

Goodbye, class of 1968, you have joined the ranks of the 
alums. See you at Homecoming. 



Oscar Wilde once said 
the only criterion of art 
is beauty. On the fol- 
lowing six pages behold 
art . . . 





4* 




V 

The Girls of Lincoln College 



34 



Donna Ballou 





Candy Dickens 



35 




Sherri Poole 



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Furrowed Brows at Allerton Open School Year 




President Raymond Dooley, along with Dean Edwin Carpenter, and Mr. Brayton Danner take a moment off from their work at 
Allerton Park during the pre-semester planning session last September. The Allerton planning session, attended by the full college 
faculty was a great success in its initial year. 




MR. WILBUR LAYMAN DEAN EDWIN CARPENTER DEAN DALE BRUMMET DEAN DENNIS WILSON 

Vice President Dean of Faculty Asst. Dean of Faculty Dean of Students 




MR. DUNCAN HANNAH DEAN LUCY MAC VANE MR. ROBERT BIRD MR. HUGH KNOCHEL 

Psychologist Dean of Women Public Relations Director of Admissions 

Director 



Governor Otto Kerner, a frequent visitor to Lincoln College, and President Dooley admire a sesquicentennial reprint of Solon J. 
Buck's volume on the state of Illinois. 




MRS. BEULAH ALDE MR. HOWARD ANDERSON MRS. MAE ANDERSON MRS. ONALEE BALOF 




MR. PAUL BEAVER " MR. JOHN BONEBRAKE 



Our Faculty, Defenders of the Faith, 



Faculty meetings were lively, incisive, well organized, and disturbed coffee time. 





MRS. MARTHA BROWN 





MR. DAVID CASTILLON 




MR. JOSEPH DILILLO 







MR. BRAYTON DANNER 





MRS. CONCETTA DILILLO 



Guardians of the Torch 
of Knowledge, Heroes 

Mr. C. A. Balof, our jovial business manager, had a smile for every lonely 
student who passed his door. 



MRS. LEOLA DOWLING 





MRS. JUDY OBERHOLTZER MRS. ELLA PASCALE MR. ELMO PASCALE MRS. MARCELLA RAINEY 



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SUSPICION CONFIRMED: the boss and his accomplice in the business office caught splitting the take. 



A View of Our Fair College, As Seen Through 

56 




the Eyes of Bruce Block, Artist, Student, Misanthropist 

i 





A Key to the Edifice 
That is Lincoln College 



The artist, Bruce Block, and an unidenti- 
fied but highly contagious friend. 




Key 



President Dooley 

Mr. Newlon 

Carrot 

Dean Wilson 

Mr. Wyneken 

Mr. Marsh 

Dean MacVane 

Mr. C. Lindstrom 

Mr. Swart 

Zurk 

Mr. Airth 

Mark Klass 

Durbin Keeney 

Dean Carpenter 

John the UH janitor 

Discipline committee 

Mrs. Anderson (on knees) 

Iris 

Myrtle 
Steve Orr 

Betty Bookstore Meyer 

Sharon Pitler 

Mary 

Eugene Hagedorn! 
Mr. Hannah 
Joshua Limon 
John Conger 
Blaise Arena 
Bruce Block 
Standard Room 
Norm 

Officer Wilson 
Mr. Balof 
Mr. Beaver 
Dean Brummet 



36. Mrs. Pascale 

37. Mrs. Balof 

38. Mr. Schroder 

39. Mrs. Oberholtzer 

40. Mr. Oberholtzer 

41. Mr. Pascale 

42. Mr. DiLillo 

43. Mrs. Gross (sitting) 

44. Mrs. Molen (sitting) 

45. Mr. A. Lindstrom 

46. Mr. Spakowski 

47. Mrs. Spellman 

48. Mr. Matusky 

49. Mr. Young 

50. Mrs. Mayberry 

51. Lincoln 

52. Mrs. Gilmore 

53. JiU Purdy 

54. Jackie Broida 

55. Ruth Bassett 

56. Bambi Okuba 

57. Fish Hering 

58. Linda Biddle 

59. Rose, the mail lady 

60. Blaise Arena 

61. Bruce Block 

62. Mr. Hilscher 

63. Mike Black 

64. Elephant 

65. Mrs. Hagerman 

66. Red Baron 

67. Bill Curtis 

68. Carillon room 

69. Louis Firenze* 

70. Candy Dickens 

*by demand 



And why wasn't I included in your dirty picture? 




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Student Senate Led 
From the Coffeehouse 



Reveling in their new quarters, the coffee house, overloolcing 
beautiful Ottawa Street, Student Senate labored long and hard to make 
life fun on weekends. 

Senate sponsored great bands all year long, and brought off such 
celebrities as the Serendipity Singers, Mason City Mixers, and the Shags 
to the constant delight of an admiring student body. 

Led ably by Bruce "Fish" Hering and his side kick Durbin Keeney 
(former owner of a TR4A Triumph until he met a lady from Decatur), 
Senate spent most of the year telling Harry Seidman to do the work, 
because nobody else knew how. 

Mary Cover, who doubled as Senate secretary and EK president, did 
a great job on the minutes, while Bob Meyer, sophomore class president, 
was a constant inspiration to those who knew him. 

Probably the highlight of the year was Durbin Keeney's sales job of 
tornado pamphlets for every student at LC; the next day a tornado hit 
Lincoln and Durbin was last seen screaming as he raced for the basement 
of OHn-Sang. 

At end of the year elections, Scott Morrison won the president's 
chair; Tom Smith was chosen vice president; and Beth Fine became 
secretary. 




What does Hubert Humphrey have that I 
don't have? 




No, Mary, don't put that in the minutes! 



\n insider's view of Senate at work. 





SEATED (From Left): Larry Cook, Lou Firenze, Carl Cadwell, Bob Ashman (club officers). FIRST ROW: Mickey Steinman, Ed 
Kipp, Terry Cook, Durbin Keeney, Harry Seidman, Paul Schustek, Ron Reizner, Dave Williams, Steve Desser, Mark Foreman, Steve 
Henry. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Waldron, Rich Klaas, Al Kich, Mark Porteous, Ted Tobias, Fred Pamer, Steve McCloskey, Jim Lauer, 
Jim Lawler, Steve Williams. BACK ROW: Bob McCoun, Conrad Raber, Bob Blaisdell, Mike Kelly, Steve Roach, Bob Chase, Dan 
Murphy, Steve Gordoni, Bruce Greenough. 




Circle K Stands 
For LC Service 

The Circle K boys, Kiwanis Inter- 
national affiliate, headed by Lou Firenze 
and advisor Mr. Paul Beaver, carried out 
a number of useful projects during the 
year. 

Highlight of the season, as always, 
was the Circle K Sweetheart Dance, with 
Miss Tanya Payne being crowned Circle 
K Sweetheart. 

President Lou Firenze and member 
Conrad Raber also picked up a number 
of awards at Honors Day, proudly repre- 
senting their club. 

Circle K also sponsored the successful 
Blood Bank, distributed tornado warn- 
ing pamphlets (the day before the col- 
lege almost had it), and helped where- 
ever needed. 



Vice President Carl Cadwell crowns Tanya 
Payne Circle K Sweetheart at the club's an- 
nual Sweetheart Dance. 



Eikosi Korai, Serving 
Where Needed All Year 



Under the capable presidency of Mary Cover and the 
advice of Mrs. Loretta Wade, Eikosi Korai — Greek for 
Twenty Girls — served at various functions on the campus 
throughout the school year. 

The EK girls also threw a couple of pretty good 
dances during the year, and were always on hand to pour 
a little punch, usher a program, or just plain sweep up 
when the guests went home. 

Founded by Mrs. Onalee Balof many years back, EK 
has been an integral part of Lincoln College ever since. 

Officers other than President Mary Gover included 
vice president Sharon Coslett, secretary Mary Wright, 
treasurer Darlene Listowski, sophomore board member 
Judy Sweed, and freshman board member Tanya Payne. 




Mary Gover, EK President, was chosen Homecoming 
Queen to reign with King Dan Waterbury over the week- 
end fun. 




SEATED (From Left): Judy Sweed, Sharon Coslett, Mary Gover, Judy Wright, Darlene Listowski (club officers). STANDING: 
Sharon Pitler, Shari Boxerman, Becky Elbaum, Karen Reese, Linda Guilford, Nancy Orr, Lucy Lamond, Kathy Doan, Pam Oliver, 
Renee Pielet, Mera Menachof, Tonya Hudson, Sue Peters, Vera Harkin, Nancy Kimmons, Penny Gianotis, Tanya Payne. 



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What's Wrong (and right) with Lincoln College? 



With this issue, the LINCOLNIAN reaches the con- 
clusion of its series, "What's Wrong (and Right) With 
Lincoln College?" Many candid insights as to why Lincoln 
College is what it is and what can be done to improve it 
have been expressed by the administration, faculty, and 
students. In this issue, a list of the problems that seem 
more pressing and possible solutions is offered, 
the final analysis, 



in 



It 



must be said that the school ^he stud 



than good if implemented. 



does possess the intelligence 
and vitality to better itself; 
the embers of improvement 
are burning lowly — all that 
need be done is to fan them 
into a roaring fire of changes 
for the better. 

Each faction of the school 
contributed equally to the 
cause. The Administration, 



ents, as the voice 



of 

idealism and in the spirit 
of urgent vitality, offered 
mature, workable solutions. 
The faculty contributed in of- 
fering a middle of the road 
solutions that should prove 
acceptable to the other fac- 
tions. 

{Recently, a step in the 
right direction towards the 
as the voice of experience improvement of communica- 
tion be used, lest the changes tions on this campus was tak- 
proposed do more harm en by the Administration in 



asking the students to fill out 
a questionnaire on various 
school rules and their opin- 
ions on the seriousness of cer- 
tain rules infractions. Positive 
action such as this can only 
help to improve the com- 
munication situation. 

There is no denying the 
fact that there is a general, 
even acute, lack of school 
spirit at L.C. The basic reason 
for this, as uncomfortable to 
accept as it may be, seems 
to be that almost all the stu- 
dents here are not here by 
choice. They either did poorly 
in high school or in another 
college — as a result, they 
are here only temporarily to 
pick up their fallen grade 
point average. 



7Ae LINCOLNIAN 

-No man is good enough to govern another man without that others consent. 

A. Lincoln 



VOL. 82 — NO. 9 



LINCOLN COLLEGE STUDENT PUBLICATION 



MAY 10. 1968 



This feeling of transientcy 
and of shame at not being at 
a big name" school are 
grave problems, and hard to 
overcome. It is unfortunate 
that most students do not rea- 
lize exactly how much L.C. 
has done for them in getting 
them started on their college 
career. 

What can be done to pick 
up the spirits of those now in 
attendance? Only a more dy- 
namic way of life created by 
the students can remedy the 
situation; after all, they are 
Lincoln College. 

Improved student union 
facilities, better social activi- 
ties, and the like, should not 
be used as gimmiks to im- 
prove school spirit, but 
should be the natural by-pro- 
duct of a growth of interest 
in L.C. Hopefully, there will 
come a day when Lincoln 
College students will not 
feel that they should apolo- 
gize for going to L.C. 

Another issue which held 
the attention of most of those 
who participated in the series 
is that of alcoholic bever- 
( Continued on Page 7) 



Mr. DiLillo To Study 
In Mexico City 

Mr. Joseph DiLillo will be traveling to Mexico City 
this summer to study Latin American politics and govern- 
mpnt« at thp Universitv of the Americais in a program spon- 



The 
The 



Lincolnian is 

Eyes and Ears of LC 



The Lincolnian Staff SEATED: Frank Dorsey, Sally Zettel, Rich Klaas. 
STANDING: Randy Talbert, Bill Hoff, Chris Bailey, Editor Tom 
Streuber, Rod Seaton. 




Always alert to every opportunity to re- 
port the news as it happens, the Lincolnian, 
LC student newspaper, ran an informative and 
entertaining monthly. 

Under the advice of Mr. Spakowski and 
the editorship of Tom Streuber, the Lincolnian 
improved with each issue. 

Probably the highlight series of the year 
was the set of articles on the college, pro and 
con, and steps being taken to improve locally. 

Besides running a fine paper, the staff also 
sponsored four entertainment groups in May 
and June: a folk concert, jazz concert, and 
two dances. 

Carrying on an over 50— year tradition of 
reporting college events, the Lincolnian was 
always awaited by faculty and students — es- 
pecially those who were mentioned in its 
pages. 



SEATED (From Left): Randy Neubcrt, John Jun, Kim Rcndelson, Dave Williams, Kathy Koteles. STANDING: Bob Whitburn, 
Nancy Tippet, Dan Murphy, Pam Oliver, Dan Wood, Larry Cook, Doug Hammell, Sherry Neiman, Jan Epstein, Sheryl Glenns, Judy 
Klein, Sally Zcttcl. 



Naturalist Club Looks Into the Life Sciences 



Although not as active this year as in 
the past, nonetheless the Naturalist 
Club managed to carry out a few activi- 
ties to improve their knowledge of the 
hfe sciences. 

Under the guidance of Mr. David 
Schroder, the Naturalists planned trips 
to carry out scientific exploration, and 
investigate the secrets of botany, 
zoology, and all those other "ies". 

Dave Williams, club president, di- 
rected a Naturalist Club dance, sold pea- 
nuts and other goodies, and raised a sum 
of money for the old treasury. 

All in all, while the planned trips were 
not able to come off, the Naturalists are 
bent on making a return to their 
former glories next year. 




We were just checking it in our leaf key, and - wham - down it went. 



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Phi Theta Kappa 
Recognizes Scholars 

Phi Theta Kappa, national honor fraternity 
for junior college scholarship, carried on its tra- 
dition of recognizing outstanding scholarship at 
Lincoln College. 

Under the direction of Mrs. Florence Molen, 
chairman of the English department, Phi Theta 
Kappa initiated the following members at a ban- 
quet held in their honor: 

Jack Armstrong, Gary Cross, Carl Hampleman, 
Brenda Morris, Renee Redlich, Diane Agnew. 

Howard Barnett, Nancy Brown, John Cogs- 
well, Lawrence Cook, Dale Crosier, Louis Firenze, 
Michael Harvey, Leslie Hild, Thomas Strueber, 
Allene Wade. 




A gathering of faculty advisors and administrators paid their respects to 
Phi Theta Kappa members at a dinner held second semester. 



First Semester Phi Theta Kappa members. STANDING (From Left): Dan Sands, William Theede, vice president Carl Hampleman, 
Jack Armstrong, Gary Cross. SEATED: President Renee Redlich, Brenda Morris. 




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WIND ENSEMBLE: FIRST ROW (from left): Marty Biviano, David Bonjour, 
John Cogswell, Sue Leggett. SECOND ROW: Mark Horwitz, BiU Peters, Fred 
Pamer, Chris Bower, Hollis Greenfield, Les Hild, Mike Walters. THIRD ROW: 
Mike Doyle, Ed Peabody, Mike DeMots, John Jun. 



COLLEGE CHOIR: FIRST ROW (from left): Frank Dorsey, Alicia Salazar, Rochelle Swift, Cindy Lingeman, Kitty Lescher, Sue Boltz, Judy 
Goodman, Kathy Koteles, Sally Zettel, Toni Sousa, Sue Leggett. SECOND ROW: Kim Rendelson, Sherry Neiman, Tonya Payne, Dede Ralston, 
Sally Bardo, Shelly Salo, Cherie Chandler, Kathy Koteles, Barbara Conrich, Judy Kline, Micky Kuno, Penny Gianotis. THIRD ROW: Terry 
Cook, Marty Biviano, Larry Cook, Alan Brounstein, Ron Reizner, Arden Liles, Don Grover, Scott Jordan, Mike Fries, Jack Lumsden, Louis 
Firenze, Jim Lawler, David Skinner. FOURTH ROW: Al VaraUi, Neil Pilsbury, Bob Stem, Jim Hufschmidt, Steve Whetstone, Vic Tuchman, 
Scott Rogers, Bob Chase, Rick Luster, Doug Hammel, Allen Kich, Ted Witzig, David Bonjour, Larry HiUiard. 




APPLIED STUDENT RECITAL: SEATED, Robin Pratt, Judy Breiner. 
STANDING: Larry Grimsley, Randy Neubert, Doug McGaughey, Ken Lorentz, 
Brenda Greenberg, Steve Roach, Frank Dorsey, Bob Chase, and Marty Biviano. 



Choir, Wind Ensemble Present Concerts 



CHAMBER SINGERS: FIRST ROW (from left): Nancy Telfer, Cheryl Lupton, Margaret Patterson, SaUy 
Zettel, Dede Rabton, Carol Stahler, Sue Calvert. SECOND ROW: Frank Dorsey, Sally Bardo, Tonya Hudson, 
Sue Serritella, Nancy Brown, Leslie Wasserman, Cindy Dorman, Brenda Greenbert, Mr. Dan Oberholtzcr, 
director. THIRD ROW: Chris Bailey, Larry Grimsley, David Reschke, Terry Cook, Phil Ackerman, David 
Williams, Ken Lorentz, Maury Froy. FOURTH ROW: Richard Hiatt, Paul KUnkey, Doug McGaughey, John 
Lome, Steve Orr, John Crowley, Dan Brostoff, Bill Peters, Mickey Steinman, Steve Roach. 




The college choir and 
chamber players, in addition 
to performing at school con- 
vocations, presented two ma- 
jor concerts this year. 

For the winter concert, 
the Chamber Singers pre- 
sented Schubert's Mass in G, 
while the choir sang a folk 
mass. 

The combined spring con- 
cert was of a lighter variety, 
featuring selections from the 
musical Oklahoma. 

The Wind Ensemble also 
presented a serious winter 
concert. The popular spring 
concert was given on Moth- 
ers' Day Weekend. 

Abe's 8, a male double 
quartet, won fame singing 
folk and barbershop music. 
They also took first prize at 
the spring Talent Show. 





SEATED (from left): President Skip Allison, vice president Steve Gordoni. STANDING: Pam Oliver, Jim Kammueller, John Jun, 
Renee Redlich, Gene Hagedorn, Mike Kelly, Dan Murphy, Advisor, Mr. Brayton Danner. 



Radio Club Brings Out the 'Hams' at LC 




As always, the radio club has had a 
small nucleus of active amateurs and a 
larger group of "Interested" members. 
Charles Alhson, WA9RVY, and Eugene 
Hagedorn, WA9CLW, initiated most of 
the activities and were chiefly respon- 
sible for operation of the club amateur 
station, WA90UQ. 

Events of interest sponsored by the 
group were the fall and spring "eyeball 
QSO's" for area hams, an indoor Field 
Day in May, visits to station W9MYN 
and to the Abe Lincoln Hospital heart- 
monitoring facihties, installation of a 
two meter transceiver as a permanent 
addition to the school station, and 
erection of several antenna systems. 

Permanent additions to the station 
were gifts of an Electrovoice micro- 
phone from alum Peter Horsman, and a 
Neutronics vertical antenna from Frank 
Eskuchen. 

Aims of the club are to build under- 
standing of an encourage participation 
in amateur radio. Station equipment is 
excellent and contacts by code and 
voice have been made by members with 
amateurs in many parts of the world. 




Spring cleaning found the old coffee house done 
up in its psychedelic best. 



Mark Klass Presents . 





SEATED (from left): Roberta Mower, Margaret Patterson, Dawn Park. 
STANDING: Britton Zabka, Scott Morrison, Emil Baukert, Tom Smith, 
Cherie Chandler, Jim Douglas, Durbin Kecney, Mark Klass, and Joshua Limon. 

The Coffee 
House Crew 

"Brightest spot on Ottawa Street" 
was the new and student operated cof- 
fee house, featuring just about every- 
thing but coffee . 

Under the able eye of President 
Durbin Keeney and his crew, the coffee 
house featured folk singers, silent mov- 
ies, and even a reception or two after 
Lyceum events. 




Our mascot, hero, 
and former friend. 



Everybody Loves the Cheerleaders 




Tom Shea and a trio of Danville runners after one mile. 



X-Country Makes its Debut 



A new sport for LC, varsity cross- 
country, made its debut last fall with 
the Lynx harriers, on a minimum of 
training, showing good form against 
Danville and Thornton Junior Colleges. 

Tom Shea and Terry Newton proved 
the best of the first year crop, with 
John Arends, Steve Roach, and Mickey 
Steinman all showing fine potential. 

Although operating on a short sched- 
ule the first year, the harriers seem 
destined to become one of Lincoln's 
regular fall sports. 



Mickey Steinman 




Steve Roach 



John Arends 



At the start against Danville, its all business for the Lynx harriers. 




FIRST ROW (from left): Coach A. Lindstrom, Steve Rosskam, Warren Yates, Captain 
Terry Pierce, Steve Roach, Bruce Hering, Andy Mirzaoff. SECOND ROW: Rich Klaas, 
Tom Shea, John Arends, Mickey Steinman, Doug Hill, John Maher, Jerry Sharp. 
THIRD ROW: Roger Rinck, John Lome, Wayne Lake, Jim Reeves, Ed Kinsella, Joel 
Cohn, Russ Rahn. 

Pierce Leads Soccer Team 



Captain Terry Pierce 




Veteran Terry Pierce, only re- 
turning letterman to the soccer 
Lynx, led the hooters to a nice 
turnabout from last season. 

Lincoln won three, lost four, 
and tied three in an excellent 
showing against far more experi- 
enced opponents. For the first 
time, the Lynx beat old rival Black- 
burn, and they also revenged last 
season's loss to Shimer. 

Joining Pierce as standouts were 
left wing Warren Yates, right wing 
Dallas Hensley, chosen to the allstar 
team in the St. Louis tourney, and 
fullbacks Mickey Steinman and 
Wayne Lake. 

The Lynx are looking forward to 
an outstanding team in 1 969 with a 
whole host of returning players 
from '68. 



Warren Yates feints past Pierce 




Halfback Tom Shea 



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Mickey Steinman blocks a hard shot as Wendahl Ting moves in on defense. 

A Good Season Bids Well for a Fine Future 





FOR THE RECORD 






Lincohi 1 


Beloit 2 


Lincohi 0 


Meramec 


8 


Lincohi 4 


Blackburn 1 


Lincohi 7 


Bradley 


2 


Lincobi 1 


Bradley 0 


Lincoln 2 


Meramec 


2 


Lincohi 1 


Shimer 1 


Lincoln 0 


Forest Park 


3 


Lincohi 2 


Beloit 2 


Lincohi 0 


Forest Park 


3 



Jerry Sharp against Beloit! 



Dallas Hensley moves out on attack 





Jim Reeves battles in the air. 



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(From Left): Tony Keller, Larry Newman, Randy Smith, David Baum, Art Grossman, Coach Chuck Lindstrom. 



Golfers Win Two of Five, Look to Future 



Art Grossman laughs off that long birdie putt that just missed 
against Danville. 




A full varsity golf schedule was completed by the 
Lynx linksmen for the first time in several years, and 
the squad finished with two wins against three losses. 

Leading the golfers was returner Larry Newman, 
while freshmen Art Grossman and Tony Keller also 
showed fine form on the course. 

Winston Churchill fell twice to Lincoln, but matches 
were lost to Danville and Vincennes. 




Forsythe Takes IM Trophy 




IM AU star football team FIRST ROW (From Left): Norman Hodge, Bill Sangbusch, Bob 
Smith, Randy Smith, Bob White, Ed Peabody, Jerry Lane. SECOND ROW: Bob Sweet, 
John Whalen, John Accorsi, Doug Hammel, Tim O'Grady. 



A pair of kangaroo leaps in the IM boxing tourney brings the crowd to 
their feet. 




A Tight Finish Completes a Great IM Year 





Paul Schroder tears down the rebound for Off-Campus. 

Foxie in a crowd, 




Intramural director Tom Zurkammer led 
the Lincoln IM Program through a great 
year of activity and an air-tight finish for 
the championship trophy. 

Forsythe Hall barely edged Off Campus, 
a matter of two points, as Carroll South 
finished a strong third. 

In football the Bloomers took all the 
marbles behind the throwing arm of MVP 
Randy Smith, while the IM boxing tourna- 
ment saw a whole host of heroes. 

Basketball honors went to Glen 
Heidorn's Off Campus unit, and Melvin 
Yancey was picked most valuable. 

Others on the all star squad were 
Heidorn, Marty Corcoran, Ed Kinsella, 
Mike Ebby, John Strack, Dave Baughman, 
Bob Young, Dan Danakas, and Bill Sang- 
busch. 

The faculty five, featuring Tom "the 
Gun" Zurkammer, and Paul "the Gatling 
Gun" Younger, was again undefeated. 

At year's end Doug Hammel was chosen 
outstanding IM participant of the program. 




Big bad Axe takes a bound 




Bob Patterson. "'k' ^'M. Carl Jenkins, Dave Onken, Richard Anderson! 

Basketball Five Has Winning Campaign 



Lincoln 


83 


Bloomington AAU 


Lincoln 


88 


Winston Churchill 


Lincoln 


72 


Fort Dodge 


Lincoln 


90 


Grand View 


Lincoln 


102 


DanvUle 


Lincoln 


77 


Centralia 


Lincoln 


70 


Bradley Frosh 


Lincoln 


67 


Joliet 


Lincoln 


105 


Forest Park 


Lincoln 


109 


Springfield 


Lincoln 


63 


Vincennes 


Lincoln 


42 


Robert Morris 


Lincoln 


87 


Illinois Valley 


Lincoln 


108 


Forest Park 


Lincoln 


78 


Burlington 


Lincoln 


77 


CentraUa 



(17-15) 



74 


Lincoln 


90 


Waubonsee 


62 


Lincoln 


85 


Thornton 


102 


Lincoln 


70 


Robert Morris 


76 


Lincoln 


95 


Canton 


96 


Lincoln 


85 


Lakeland 


73 


Lincoln 


72 


ISU Frosh 


76 


Lincoln 


70 


Vincennes 


79 


Lincoln 


89 


Winston Churchill 


66 


Lincoln 


75 


Canton 


81 


Lincoln 


75 


Danville 


96 


Lincoln 


78 


Illinois Valley 


78 


Lincoln 


69 


Joliet 


92 


Lincoln 


99 


Blackhawk 


73 


Lincoln 


73 


Canton 


84 


Lincoln 


58 


Robert Morris 


80 


Lincoln 


136 


Springfield 



73 
86 
75 
82 
113 
75 
114 
77 
74 
63 
76 
82 
80 
70 
73 
85 





Carl Jenkins scores two points. 




Inches short of a touchdown. 



Paced by a trio of All-State performers, Coach John 
Swart's 1968 edition of basketball Lynx moved to a 
winning season on the wings of a 136-85 school record 
win over Springfield in the season's finale. 

The Lynx, second in the sectional tournament and 
third at the Fort Dodge, Iowa, Invitational, flirted with 
great success all season, but nationally ranked Robert 
Morris put a stop to all that when they bounced the 
Purple 73-58 from further honors. 

Bob Patterson and Larry Ripka, first team all- 
staters, teamed with Carl Jenkins, who made the 
honorable mention roles, to give the Lynx a potent 
punch all season. Sophomore Steve Ehlers proved to be 
one of the deadliest big men around, while Oliver 
Turner, despite an injured foot, and the sophomore 
combination of Dave Onken and Rich Anderson 
proved strong on the backboards. 




A standing ovation for the Lynx after downing nationally 
ranked Illinois Valley by two points on the home court. 





Tom Farnsworth 



Dave Onken battles for possession of the ball against Springfield as Carl Jenkins moves in to 
help. 




Carl Jenkins Steve Ehlers Rich Anderson 




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William "Chip" Near, state tennis champion from Lincoln College. 

Near, Lynx Take State Tennis Title 



For the first time in memory, the Lynx 
tennis squad took first place honors in the 
state tournament, defeating junior college 
teams on the Lynx courts in a two-day dog- 
fight. 

William "Chip" Near was the individual 
hero as he won the state singles crown in four 



straight matches. 

In recognition of their outstanding play, 
the tennis squad advanced to the national 
championships, where fate was not so kind. 

It was a great year, though, for Coach Tom 
Zurkammer and the tennis team. 



David Kops 




Mickey Steinman 



Tennis Team (From Left): David Kops (KNEELING) Chip Near, Mickey 
Steinman, Tom Olson. 



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Larry "The Ripper" Ripka, two year veteran, finds third base with an unorthodox slide. 

Baseball Season Features Good Pitch, Little Hit 



Our bat gjils, chilly but cheerful. 
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Coach Chuck Lindstrom 




Ten wins and eleven losses was the Lynx 
record in baseball for 1968. It was built on 
pitching and the hitting of Larry Ripka, 
Dave Baughman, and Rich Freeman. 

Bill Sangbusch went into the closing 
games of the season before giving up any 
earned runs, finishing with a 1.39 earned 
run average and five wins against three 
losses. 

Ernie Scarpelli gave up only five earned 
runs in 35 innings, while Bob Patterson 
finished 3—1 on the season. 

At the plate Sangbusch led all regulars in 
hitting with a .314 mark, followed by Rich 
Freeman at .295 and Dave Baughman at 
.292. 

Ripka led the team in hits, runs, and 
stolen bases; Baughman in runs batted in, 
doubles, and triples. 



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Umpire Jimmy Jones signals strike three as Sangbusch sets down another Wright swinger. 



FOR THE RECORD 
(10-11) 



Lincoln 


2 


Forest Park 


0 


Lincoln 


6 


Wilson 


7 


Lincoln 


5 


Keesler AFB 


7 


Lincoln 


5 


Wilson 


7 


Lincoln 


5 


Perkinston 


6 


Lincoln 


1 


Wright 


0 


Lincoln 


0 


Perkinston 


1 


Lincoln 


1 


ISU Frosh 


5 


Lincoln 


2 


KendaU 


0 


Lincoln 


0 


ISU Frosh 


12 


Lincoln 


0 


Rock Valley 


1 


Lincoln 


14 


DuPage 


7 


Lincoln 


4 


Danville 


2 


Lincoln 


5 


Canton 


4 


Lincoln 


10 


Waubonsee 


0 


Lincoln 


8 


ISU Frosh 


3 


Lincoln 


0 


Florrisant 


13 


Lincoln 


3 


Knox Frosh 


2 


Lincoln 


3 


Meramec 


4 


Lincoln 


1 


Wright 


7 



Bobby Young out at third by a hair. 




Rich Freeman heading back for the bag but, lo, the ball is 
already there. 




Let's get something started! 




Sophomore Class 




Sophomores 



1 



ROBERT ASHMAN 
Delaware, Ohio 

PAULINE AWE 
Elkhart 

STEVE BAGLEY 
Decatur 



TOM BAILEY 

JCnoxville 
WILLIAM BALDWIN 

Peoria 
HARRY BASS 

Mt. Carmel 









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RUTH BASSETT 

Winnetka 
DENNIS BAUER 

Decatur 
ROBERT BENNETT 

Geneva 



LINDA BIDDLE 

Peoria 
STEVE BLANAS 

Northbrook 
BRUCE BLOCK 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



SUSAN BOLTZ 

Deerfield 
DAVID BONJOUR 

Park Ridge 
CHRIS BOWER 

Tenafly, N.J. 




CYNTHIA COLEGROVE 

Lincoln 
JOHN CONGER 

Lake Forest 
LAWRENCE COOK 

Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 



TERRENCE COOK 
Bloomfield HiUs, Mich. 

REGINALD COON 
Winchester 

SHARON COSLETT 
Wheaton 



DALE CROSIER 

Elkhart 
GARY CROSS 

Hartsburg 
WILLIAM CURTIS 

S. Laguna, Calif. 




Sophomores 

DANIEL DANAKAS 

Higliland Park 
CANDI DICKENS 

Columbus, Ohio 
KAREN DONALDSON 

Bloomington 



DENNIS DOUGHERTY 

Chicago 
SUSAN DUKES 

Harvel 
TERRY EDMUNDS 

Bloomington 





STEVE EHLERS 

Roanoke 
KAY EPHLAND 

Park Ridge 
PAT ERKER 

St. Louis, Mo. 



GARY ESKIN 

Beachwood, Ohio 
LINDA ETHERTON 

Buffalo 
JESSICA FEIT 

Skokie 



EDDIE FEUERBACHER 

Lincoln 
LOUIS FIRENZE 

Northvale, N. J. 
NORMAN FUENFER 

Chicago 



CARL HAMPLEMAN 

Lincoln 
JEFF HARTNETT 

Lake Villa 
TED HAYS 

Bloomington 



GLENN HEIDORN 

Chicago 
JEFFREY HEMPSTEAD 

Bloomington 
BRUCE HERING 

Northvale, N. J. 



MARVIN HIERMAN, JR. 

Elkhart 
HOLLY HILLIARD 

Elmhurst 
NORMAN HODGE 

Antioch 



Sophomores 

MARY COVER 

Mattoon 
HOLLIS GREENFIELD 

Highland Park 
BRUCE GREENOUGH 

Wheaton 



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TOM GUPTON 

Mt. Pulaski 
ROSEMARY HAGAN 

Chicago 
PHIL HAMLOW 

Lexington 




Sophomores 

GEORGE HOFFMANN 

Lincoln 
TERRY HOLQUIST 

River Forest 
LUCIA HORNE 

Lake Bluff 



JEANNE HUMPHREY 

Lincoln 
DAN JELINEK 

Lyons 

JAMES KAMMUELLER 
Lincoln 








PATRICK KELLER 
Bloomington 

MICHAEL KELLY 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

ALLEN KICH 
Blue Island 



ED KINSELLA 

Lexington 
NORMAN KOERNER 

Granville, Ohio 
JERRY LANE 

Leland 






RICHARD LANGELLIER 

Lincoln 
JAMES LAUER 

Long Grove 
NANCY LEHNER 

Lincoln 




Sophomores 

LAURETTA LESCHER 

River Forest 
ALLEN LEVIN 

Chicago 
MARY LINDSTROM 

Roselle 



CYNTHIA LINGEMAN 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

DARLENE LISTOWSKI 
Chicago 

BERNARD LOONEY 
Lincoln 



BARBARA MAGO 
Milwaukee, Wise. 

MARY BETH MANGOL 
Park Ridge 

ROBERT MEYER 
Milwaukee, Wise. 



EUGENIA MILLER 

Beason 
BRENDA MORRIS 

Bement 
DANIEL MURPHY 

Pavely, Missouri 



MARY ANN MURRAY 

Elmhurst 
LARRY NEWMAN 

Lincoln 
CHARLES ONKEN 

Manito 







Sophomores 

STEVE ORR 

Chicago 
WILLIAM OWENS 

Lincoln 
PAUL PACENTE 

Lincolnwood 



FRED PAMER 

Akron, Ohio 
ROBERT PATTERSON 

Lincoln 
THOMAS PERKINS 

Glen Ellyn 





MARGARET PETERSON 

Columbus, Ohio 
LAWRENCE PETRAITIS 

Waukegan 
TERRY PIERCE 

Atlanta 



SHARON PITLER 

Chicago 
RODNEY PITTS 

Alton 
NEIL POLONUS 

Springfield 



SHERRI POOLE 
Charlotte, N. C. 

JILL PURDY 
Hamilton, Ohio 

CONRAD RABER 
Evergreen Park 




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Sophomores 

DENNIS RADEK 

Hinsdale 
RENEE REDLICH 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
ROBERT REED 

Chicago 



KAREN REESE 
Arlington Heights 

JAMES REEVES, JR. 
Elmhurst 

LARRY RIPKA 
Granite City 



STEVE ROACH 

Peoria 
RANDALL RUEGGE 

New Haven, Missouri 
DANIEL SANDS 

Springfield 



WILLIAM SANGBUSCH 

Grayslake 
PHIL SCHNEIDER 

Burlington, Wise. 
RYAN SCHROEDERUS 

Highland Park 



RICHARD SEILER 
Malvern, Penna. 

GERALD SHARP 
Deeatur 

CAROL SMITH 
Trenton, N. J. 




Sophomores 

GAREL SPAINHOUR 

DeWitt 
CHERYL STEEB 

Pompano Beach, Fla. 
MICHAEL STEINMAN 

Decatur 



JOHN STRACK 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

PAUL SWANSON 
McHenry 

JUDY SWEED 
Milwaukee, Wise. 







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CHERYL THOMPSON 
Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

THADDEUS TOBIAS 
Chicago 

DONNA ULDAHL 
Malta 



WILLIAM ULRICH 
Lakewood, Ohio 

WILLIAM VANCE 
Lake Forest 

RENATE WADE 
Lincoln 



EMIL WALKER 

Beason 
DANIEL WATERBURY 

Fayetteville, N. Y. 
PETER WEBER 

Bloomington 




Sophomores 

ROBERT WHITBURN 

Bedford, N. Y. 
ROBERT WHITE 

Lincoln 
DAVID WILLIAMS 

Chicago 



MICHAEL WILLIAMSON 

Lincoln 
ROBERT WILSON 

Elmhurst 
MICHAEL WINTER 

St. Louis, Mo. 



TED WITZIG 

Morton 
JEFF WOLIN 

Wilmette 
DAN WOOD 

Lake Bluff 



LARRY WORDEN 

Kirkland 
R. BUDD WORMLEY 

Oswego 
JUDITH WRIGHT 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



WILLIAM WRIGHT 

Berkeley Heights, N. J. 
DAN YOUMANS 
Alliance. Ohio 




Freshman Class 





ANTHONY ALONZl 

Glenview 
SUSAN ALTMAN 

St. Louis, Mo. 
MARC ALTON 

New York, N. Y. 
J. LEONARD ANDERSON 

Libertyville 



JIM ANDERSON 

Winnetka 
RICHARD ANDERSON 

Lincoln 
JEFFREY ANSHEL 

Chicago 
ROBERT ARCHDALE 

Waukegan 



BLAISE ARENA 

Chicago 
JOHN ARENDS 

Sycamore 
TIMOTHY ARENS 

Lansing 
BRENT AUMAN 

Rockford 



JOHN AUSTIN 

Fox River Grove 
CHRIS BAILEY 

ArHngton, Va. 
DENNIS BAIR 

Elkhart 
ROBERT BAKER 

Milwaukee, Wise. 










ELIZABETH BALDING 

Decatur 
SALLY ANN BARDO 

Rochester, N. Y. 
HOWARD BARNETT 

Chicago 
ADRIENNE BARR 

Skokie 



BILL BARROWS 

Florissant, Mo. 
CARYN BARSI 

Mount Prospect 
GARY BARTON 

Atlanta 
DAVE BAUGHMAN 

Lathrup Village, Mich. 



EMIL BAUKERT 

Brookfield 
JEFFREY BEHM 

Chardon, Ohio 
LEONARD BELSKIS 

Chicago 
RICK BERLAND 

Niles 



JACK BEYDA 

Chicago 
WAYNE BICKOFF 

Chfton, N. J. 
MARTIN BIVIANO 

Cortland, N. Y. 
MICHAEL BLACK 

Winnetka 





ROBERT BLAISDELL 

Washington 
PETER BLOCK 

San Francisco, Cahf. 
BONNIE BLUTMAN 

Lincolnwood 
STEPHEN BORDERS 

Lincoln 



ELLEN BORSODY 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
CHERI BOSCH 

Niles 
TRESIA BOSCH 

Hamilton, Ohio 
SUSAN BOUCK 

IndianapoUs, Ind. 



MARK BOWER 

Bloomington 
THOMAS BOWMAN 

Findlay, Ohio 
THOMAS BOYD 

Downers Grove 
JUDY BREINER 

Chicago 



NAOMI BRESS 

Wilmette 
BRADLEY BRODERSEN 

Rocky River, Ohio 
IRWIN BRODY 

Skokie 
JACQUELINE BROIDA 

Chicago 





DAN BROOKS 

Atlanta 
DANIEL BROSTOFF 

Evanston 
ROMAN BROTZ 

Kohler, Wise. 
ALLEN BROWER 

Chicago 



NANCY BROWN 

Beason 
CATHY BRUCKS 

Chicago 
ANN BRUNKOW 

Park Ridge 
HARVEY BURKIN 

Chicago 



DAVIS BUSS 

Lincoln 
DENIS CALLIMANIS 

Flushing, N. Y. 
SUE CALVERT 

Brookfield 
LYNNE CARLSEN 

Park Ridge 



DAVID CARLSON 

Springfield 
KEN CARPENTER 

Gates Mills, Ohio 
LAURIE CARR 

Chesterton, Ind. 
CHERIE CHANDLER 

Richland Center, Wise. 





CHARLES CHASE 

Oshkosh, Wise. 
DENNIS CHRISTIANSEN 

Downers Grove 
KAREN CLOUD 

DePere, Wise. 
PAMELA COHAGEN 

Birmingham, Mich. 



ELLEN COLE 

Glencoe 
JOHN COMBS 

Momence 
BARBARA CONRICH 

Chicago 
LESLIE COOMBS 

MUlvUle, N. J. 



CHRISTINA CORCORAN 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
PETER COUSIN 

Dearborn, Mich. 
DONNA CROSS 

Glen Ellyn 
STEPHEN CRUTHIS 

Alton 



MICHAEL CUNDAHL 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOHN CURTIS 

Highland Park 
JAMES CUSTER 

Wilmette 
BRAD DANEMAN 

Troy, Ohio 










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KENNETH DANIELS 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 
WALTER DANKWARDT 

Downers Grove 
SCOTT DAVIDSON 

Worth 
JOHN DEAHL 

South Bend, Ind. 



MICHAEL DeMOTS 

Evanston 
JON DENISON 

Clinton 
STEVEN DESSER 

Evanston 
BRIAN DETHLEFSEN 

Chicago 



BILLY DICKEN 

Bloomington 
GARY DIETZ 

Normal 
DEAN DIMON 

Rocky River, Ohio 
CYNTHIA DO AN 

Warren, Ohio 



CYNTHIA DONNAN 

Minier 
FRANK DORSEY 

Peoria 
JAMES DOYLE 

Palos Heights 
CONSTANCE DRAGOVITCH 

Hobart, Ind. 






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Milwaukee, Wise. 
GLADYS DUTZ 

Lincoln 
MICHAEL EBY 

Woodstock 
BARRY EDELMAN 

Chicago 


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ROBERT ENGH 

Deerfield 
LARRY EVANS 

Winchester 
THOMAS FARNSWORTH 

Lockport 
ALLENE FELDMANN 

Skokie 



VINCENT FILIPPINI 

Park Ridge 
JESSE FISCHER 

Akron, Ohio 
DEBORAH FISHER 

Skokie 
MARC FORMAN 

Lincolnwood 



CHARLES FRANZ 

Wlieaton 
WALTER FREAR 

Columbus, Ohio 
LOUIS FREEMAN 

Racine, Wise. 
MYRA FRIEDMAN 

Skokie 





MICHAEL FRIES 

Canton, Ohio 
MAURICE FROY 

Skokie 
JAMES FRY 

Lincoln 
TOM GALLO 

Chicago 



RUTH GERSTMAN 

Chicago 
PENNY GIANIOTIS 

Bedford, Ohio 
EDWARD GILLILAND 

Chicago 
STARR GIMBEL 

Skokie 



CHERYL GLENS 

Oaklawn 
ELLYNE GLICKSTON 

Skokie 
GAIL GLODAVA 

Glen Rock, N. J. 
THOMAS GODBOUT 

Chicago 



HAROLD GOLD 

Plainfield, N. J. 
JULIE GOLDMAN 

Skokie 
JUDITH GOODMAN 

Wilmette 
MARY GOODWIN 

Minonk 






RICHARD GORDON 

Chicago 
DONALD GRAFTON 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
ROBERT GRAHAM 

St. Louis, Mo. 
MARC GRAUSTARK 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 



BRENDA GREENBERG 

Mount Vernon 
LARRY GRIMSLEY 

Lincoln 
DONALD GRONER 

Columbus, Ohio 
ARTHUR GROSSMAN 

Milwaukee, Wise. 



LINDA GUILFORD 

Chicago 
KEVIN GUSTAFSON 

Lake Zurich 
BRUCE HADAR 

Western Springs 
EUGENE HAGEDORN 

Orland Park 



JANIS HAIN 

Lincoln 
KARAS HALL 

Morton 
ROBERT HALLWACHS 

Naperville 
DOUGLAS HAMMELL 

Summit, N. J. 





THOMAS HANCOCK 

Heyworth 
DOUGLAS HANNAH 

Muncie, Ind. 
VERA HARKIN 

Birmingham, Mich. 
MICHAEL HARVEY 

Lincoln 



PRESTON HAWKS 

Bloomington 
W. T. HAZLEHURST 

Decatur 
CHARLES HEARD 

Creve Coeur, Mo. 
JOANNE HEISS 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



LARRY HENDERSON 

Heyworth 
SCOTT HENDERSON 

Oak Park 
STEVEN HENRY 

Chicago 
DALLAS HENSLEY 

Libertyville 



LYNN HESDORFFER 

Jackson, Miss. 
RICHARD HIATT 

Beecher 
DOUG HILL 

Pleasant Ridge, Mich. 
LARRY HILLIARD 

Milwaukee, Wise. 








TIMOTHY HIMES 

Wauwatosa, Wise. 
RONALD HINZ 

Glen Ellyn 
DAVID HINZE 

Wheaton 
STEVE HOMBERGER 

Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 



JAMES HOPPE 

Normal 
FRED HORNE 

Mount Auburn 
BRUCE HORTON 

Muncie, Ind. 
ERIK HOV 

Bloomingdale, N. J. 



TONYA HUDSON 

Westfield, N. J. 
JAMES HUFSCHMIDT 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
ANNE HUMPHREY 

Mattoon 
ROBERT IMIG 

Mason City 



SUSAN ISAACSON 

Lincolnwood 
DEBORAH JACKMAN 

Chicago 
JOHN JACOBS 

Wayzata, Minn. 
ROBERT JACOBS 

Chicago 





CARL JENKINS 

Decatur 
THOMAS JERMAKOWICZ 

Antioch 
KREGG JOHNSON 

Peoria 
WILLIAM JOHNSON 

North Canton, Ohio 



JANET JONES 

Decatur 
PATRICIA JONES 

Bloomington 
SCOTT JORDAN 

Oak Lawn 
JOHN JUN 

East Alton 



JAMES KALER 

Grosse Pointe, Mich. 
JOEL KATZ 

Chicago 
JEFFREY KAUFMAN 

Chicago 
GREGORY KAZIAN 

Waukegan 



HUGH KELLY 

Decatur 
MARY SUE KEYS 

Lincoln 
ROGER KEYT 

Joliet 
NANCY KIMMONS 

Decatur 





EDWARD KIPP 

Libertyville 
RICHARD KLAAS 

Peoria 
MARK KLASS 

Rock Island 
JUDITH KLINE 

Dayton, Ohio 



PAUL KLINKEY 

Arlington Heights 
DAVID KOPS 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
KENDALL KOSICK 

Chicago 
KATHY KOTELES 

Brocksville, Ohio 



MARILYN KRATOCHVIL 

Oak Lawn 
MIYOKO KUNO 

Deerfield 
HARRY LACKNER 

Chicago 
WAYNE LAKE 

New Hyde Park, N. Y. 



LUCY LAMOND 

Alexandria, Va. 
GREG LANCASTER 

Minier 
EDWARD LANGE 

Columbus, Ind. 
JEFFREY LASH 

Skokie 









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RONALD LATTIN 

Skokie 
JAMES LAWLER 

Wilmette 
TERRY LAWLOR 

Lincoln 
BRENDA LEE 

New York, N. Y. 



JEFF LEE 

Wauwatosa, Wise. 
SUE LEGGETT 

IndianapoHs, Ind. 
MARK LEININGER 

Naperville 

JANET LEMAN 
Davenport, Iowa 



PHILIP LEVINE 

Chicago 
LAWRENCE LIBRACH 

University City, Mo. 
ARDEN LILES 

Toledo, Oliio 
JOSHUA LIMON 

Chicago 



JAMES LITTLE 

Northbrook 
ALAN LOCKENVITZ 

Bloomington 
KENNETH LORENTZ 

Des Plaines 
JOHN LORNE 

Birmingham, Mich. 





ROD LUCKHART 

Lincoln 
JACK LUMSDEN 

Bay Village, Ohio 
FLORENCE LUNN 

Malta 
RICHARD LUSTER 

East Chicago, Ind. 



JOHN MAHER 

River Forest 
MARY MARK 

Lincoln 
BRAD MARQUARDT 

Manito 
ROBERT MARTIN 

Chicago 



ROBERT MASON 

Armington 
DAVID MAUS 

Evanston 
EDWARD MAY 

Clinton 
STEVE MAYO 

Akron, Ohio 



MARY McCarthy 

Elmhurst 
STEPHEN McCLOSKEY 

Springfield, Va. 
DEBBIE McCONATHY 

Roodhouse 
TIMOTHY McCORMICK 

Lincoln 





MARY McDonald 

Mason City 
DOUG McGAUGHEY 

Decatur 
MARSHALL McGAUGHEY 

Decatur 
DON McLAUCHLAN 

Oak Park 



BOB McMAKEN 

Dayton, Ohio 
REBECCA McMULLEN 

Decatur 
LEE McWETHY 

Oswego 
PAUL MEHL 

Danvers 



MERA MENACHOF 

Lincolnwood 
ED METCALF 

Waukegan 
MICHAEL MEYER 

New Holland 
JOHN MIKELS 

Decatur 



ANDREA MILLER 

Cleveland, Ohio 
ANDY MIRZAOFF 

Glen EUyn 
TOM MITCHELL 

New Milford, Conn. 
JAMES MONAHAN 

Clinton, N. J. 





MARY ANN MONIER 

Henry 
MIKE MORRELL 

Pana 

BRUCE MORRILL 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

WALLACE MORRISON 
Rockford 



ROBERTA MOWER 

Galesburg 
BRUCE MUKLEVICZ 

Paramus, N. J. 
MIKE NAFZIEGER 

Bloomington 
DOLORIS NATION 

Elkhart 



WILLIAM NEAR 

Wheaton 
ELAINE NEIBERG 

Lincolnwood 
SHERRY NEIMAN 

Evanston 
RICHARD NEIN 

Middletown, Ohio 



RANDALL NEUBERT 

Algonquin 
TERRY NEWTON 

Oak Park 
WILLARD NICHOLS 

Rocky River, Ohio 
KAY NORDELL 

Champaign 







DAVE NORRIS 

Highland Park 
DAVID NUCKELS 

Bloomington 
DAVID OFFERDAHL 

Clarendon Hills 
TIMOTHY O'GRADY 

Rocky River, Ohio 



BAMBI OKUBO 

Chicago 
PAMELA OLIVER 

Normal 
GEORGE OLSON 

Naperville 
THOMAS OLSON 

Waukegan 



WILLIAM O'ROURKE 

Floral Park, N. Y. 
NANCY ORR 

Western Springs 
LARRY PANKEY 

Elkhart 
MICHAEL PANNIERO 

Norridge 



DAWN PARK 

Elmhurst 
MARGARET PATTERSON 

South Holland 
TRUDI PATTERSON 

South Holland 
WILLIAM PAULSON 

Washington, D. C. 





TANYA PAYNE 

Clinton 
ED PEABODY 

Mountain Lakes, N. J. 
SHAREL PEARLMAN 

Lincolnwood 
CAROLYN PECH 

Lincoln 



STEPHANIE PERRY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
JAMES PETERS 

Oak Park 
SUSAN PETERS 

Milwaukee, Wise. 
WILLIAM PETERS 

Galesburg 



ALICE PHILIPS 

Normal 
TED PICKENS 

Olympia Fields 
MARY PICKERT 

Chicago 
RENEE PIELET 

Oak Park 



ROBERT PIELET 

Highland Park 
NEIL PILSBURY 

Oak Lawn 
STUART PINKWATER 

Lincolnwood 
DANIEL PITCHER 

Bloomington 





ROBERT PITTS 

McLean 
CATHY PLACE 

Alton 
JEANNE PLUT 

Lincoln 
PETER POE 

New Providence, N. J. 



GEORGE POPOVICH 

Vienna, Va. 
JOY PORTEN 

McHenry 
MARK PORTEOUS 

Carmel, Ind. 
WILLIAM PORTER 

Manhasset, N. Y. 



BETSY PORTUGEIS 

San Francisco, Calif. 
ROBIN PRATT 

Sandusky, Ohio 
RON PRESS 

Chicago 
RONALD PRESTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



JOHN QUINDRY 

Bloomington 
BRUCE QUINN 

Waukegan 
DALE QUINN 

Lansing 
PAUL RABUCK 

Whitesboro, N. Y. 





RUSSELL RAHN 

Lansing 
DOROTHY RALSTON 

Granville, Ohio 
ROBERT RAPPEPORT 

Chicago 
MARY RATHBUN 

Arlington, Va. 



JANET RATZER 

Highland Park 
DANIEL RAY 

Downers Grove 
LINDA RAYBURN 

Lincoln 
JAMES REID 

Galesburg 



RONALD REIZNER 

Lincolnwood 
DAVID RESCKKE 

Waukegan 
FRANK REUWER 

South Bend, Ind. 
ROGER RINCK 

Clarindon Hills 



KENNETH RISHEL 

Mount Pulaski 
TIM ROBBINS 

Berea, Ohio 
WILLIAM ROGERS 

Lincoln 
RONALD ROSE 

Akron, Ohio 





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WILLIAM ROSE 

Kohler, Wise. 
STEVE ROSSKAM 

Glencoe 
CLAIRE ROTHSCHILD 

Chicago 
KARL RUBBEL 

Normal 



LYNNE RUDNICK 

Lincolnwood 
GERALD RUDOLPH 

Chicago 
JOHN RUHLIN 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
ROBERT RUNCIMAN 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



THOMAS RYAN 

Chicago Heights 
MICHAEL SAGONA 

Rockford 
ALICIA SALAZAR 

Rolling Meadows 
VITA SALLAS 

Crown Point, Ind. 



SHELLE 1 SALO 

LaGrange 
BARRY SAMILOW 

Waukegan 
BRAD SANFORD 

Lombard 
GARY SANMANN 

Deerfield 






LINDA SARLI 

Elk Grove Village 
ERNEST SCARPELLI 

Norridge 
LAUREL SCHAEFFER 

Grayslake 
CHARLES SCHOTT 

Bourbonnais 



PAUL SCHRODER 

Pontiac 
WILLIAM SCHROEDER 

Elmhurst 
MARY SCHUENEMANN 

Fox Lake 
PAUL SCHUSTER 

Flossmoor 



DANIEL SCHWARTZ 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 
ROD SEATON 

Peoria 
JOHN SEEHOF 

Blue Bell, Penna. 
HARRY SEIDMAN 

Villa Park 



STEVE SEIDMAN 

Chicago 
TERRENCE SEMRAU 

Wooddale 
EDDIE SENCER 

Chicago 
SUSAN SERRITELLA 

Oak Park 




























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THOMAS SHEA 

Mountain Lakes, N. J. 
WILLIAM SIEGERT 

Pana 

RICHARD SIMER 

Beason 
STACY SINGER 

Plainview, N. Y. 



JOHN SITAR 

Cicero 
JEFFREY SKELSKIS 

Longmeadow, Mass. 
DAVID SKINNER 

Cleveland, Ohio 
GERRY SLATTERY 

Deerfield 



TIM SLATTERY 

Deerfield 
JERRY SMITH 

Victor, N. Y. 
THOMAS SMITH 

Wauwatosa, Wise. 
KENNETH SOUDAN 

Glenview 



DAVID SOUREN 

Summit, N. J. 
ANTIONETTE SOUSA 

Palo Alto, CaUf. 
LARRY SPEH 

Des Plaines 
DAVID SPENCER 

Woodstock 





JAMES SPRINGER 

Mount Prospect 
PEGGY STABLES 

Evanston 
CAROL STAHLER 

Polo 
TIM STARKEY 

Hudson 



WILLIAM STELL 

Akron, Ohio 
ROBERT STEM 

New Albany, Ind. 
JANE STEPHENS 

La Grange Park 
GREGORY STERNBERG 

Aurora 



ELLEN STONE 

San Francisco, Calif. 
MARCIA STONE 

San Francisco, Calif. 
JOHN STREB 

Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 
THOMAS STRUEBER 

Wheaton 



WINFIELD SURLES 

Nashotah, Wise. 
SUSAN SWANSON 

McHenry 
ROCHELLE SWIFT 

Oak Park 
MARY TAYLOR 

Argenta 





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NANCY TELFER 

Wilmette 
GAYLE TENENBAUM 

Saint Louis, Mo. 
MARK TOOMEY 

Lincoln 
PETER TROTTER 

Lincolnwood 



VICTOR TUCHMAN 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
KATHIE TUCKER 

Lincoln 
NANCY TUCKETT 

Rockford 
DAVID TURNER 

Downs 



OLIVER TURNER 

Galesburg 
JOHN VAN TUINEN 

Deerfield 
ALAN VARALLI 

Rockford 
THOMAS WALDRON 

Chicago 



MICHAEL WALTON 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
LESLIE WASSERMAN 

Evanston 
RICHARD WATERBURY 

Fayetteville, N. Y. 
SUE WAXBURG 

Skokie 





GEORGE WEBER 

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
PAUL WEISEMANN 

Glen EUyn 
PAUL WELLS 

Deerfield 
WILLIAM WERHANE 

Northbrook 



DANNY WEY 

Bloomington 
LARRY WEYHRICH 

Elkhart 
STEVEN WHETSTONE 

Plainfield, N. J. 
RICHARD WILLIAMS 

Wilmette 



STEVEN WILLIAMS 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 
ROBIN WILSON 

Pine Beach, N. J. 
MARTHA WINDCHY 

Chicago 
THOMAS WIPRUD 

Glen EUyn 



LESLIE WOLF 

Skokie 
JUDY WORSEK 

Chicago 
MELVIN YANCEY 

Waukegan 
WARREN YATES 

Garden City, N. Y. 




Memories . . . 



It was a good year and it 
was a bad year. We grew a year 
older - that isn't so bad. And 
we grew a year wiser — that is 
good. 

But it was the year of the 
death of two great Americans: 
Martin Luther King and Robert 
Kennedy — and that was bad. 

We learned, we loved, we 
laughed, we played. It is not all 
here — but maybe these few 
pages of memories will bring 
back some of what it was like 
to be at Lincoln College in 
1968. 

It was a good year and it 
was a bad year. 




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